Rec­tify a game- changer for Aussies

Townsville Bulletin - - LIFESTYLE -

AUS­TRALIAN ac­tors Aden Young and Ade­laide Cle­mens are on a win­ner af­ter their TV se­ries Rec­tify was re­newed for a fourth sea­son.

The Cana­dian- born Aussie star Young plays the lead in the fic­tional chill­ing tale of a man, Daniel Holden, who spends 19 years on death row for rap­ing and mur­der­ing his teenage girl­friend be­fore DNA ev­i­dence ex­on­er­ates him.

Cle­mens plays Tawney Tal­bot, Holden’s deeply re­li­gious sis­ter- in- law.

The an­nounce­ment that Rec­tify would go into pro­duc­tion again was made be­fore the third sea­son started in the US on July 9, ac­cord­ing to Va­ri­ety. com. The se­ries airs on SBS One in Aus­tralia and af­ter the sec­ond sea­son was an­nounced, Young said that he had to re­lo­cate from Syd­ney to North Amer­ica be­cause his ca­reer was on the rise.

“We have packed up and we’ll move to LA ... or wher­ever we see fit,” he said.

Young, who played a sher­iff op­po­site Ed Harris and Eva Lon­go­ria in the fea­ture film Fron­tera, which was re­leased in 2014, will soon ap­pear as a lead in the SBS drama The Prin­ci­pal.

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